As we reported last week, Lower Hudson Valley taxpayers are projected to spend $141.7 million in the upcoming school year for 865 top administrators in 53 public school districts.
The figures cover all administrators who are expected to earn $123,000 or more, which is the state’s threshold for reporting this year.
Although Yonkers is not included in the state Department of Education report, the district provided salary information at The Journal News’s request for Superintendent Bernard P. Pierorazio, who oversees the region’s largest school district. The district projects that his base salary will be $260,000, with a total compensation cost of $284,819, which ranks him 41st in the three-county region.
Tomorrow, residents will head to the polls to vote on their 2012-13 school budgets, which of course includes administative salaries.
To view the projected number of administrators and the total payroll costs for your district, view the document below: